Fenner, 21, was named female Boardsailor of the Year by the U.S. Windsurfing Association. At the nationals she won the women's title by 54 points over Kirsten Snellenburg of St. Petersburg, Fla., and finished 14th overall in the field of 98 sailors. She also won the Lechner Midwinter and the U.S. Women's Sailing championships.
Jorge, who just turned 13 and is the youngest chess player ever to be rated a senior master—the highest U.S. rating—was awarded the Aspis Prize as the most-talented American player under 13. He is a former world under-10 champion and has defeated three grand masters in competition, including the reigning U.S. champ, Gata Kamsky.
Pease, 30, a land-use planner, won her seventh Crow Pass Crossing women's title, completing the 28-mile wilderness trail run in 3:29:27 and finishing fourth overall. She was also the women's champ of the Mount Marathon race for the fourth year in a row and for the fifth time overall, running up and down the 3,022-foot peak in 51:41.
Daryl, a senior running back and defensive end for Magruder High, rushed for 306 yards in a 27-22 defeat of Thomas Wootton High. As of last Friday, he had gained more than 200 yards in five games, rushed for 1,534 yards on 240 carries and scored 15 touchdowns in leading the Colonels to a 6-2 record.
James, a senior forward for Old Dominion's field hockey team, through last Friday led the nation in scoring with 28 goals and 44 assists and had led the two-time defending NCAA champion Monarchs to an 18-0 mark. She took 1991 off to play for the national team but this season helped Old Dominion extend its winning streak to 54 games.
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Sharpe, a junior forward, led Florida Tech's soccer team to three victories in four days with 12 goals. He scored a Division ll-record 42 goals in 1991 and as of last Friday was leading the division this season with 37 goals and 85 points and had had six games in which he booted three or more goals.